GoodEats: Restaurant week featured flavors

Courtesy of Taylor Seidel

By: Taylor Seidel, Columnist

Ladies and gentleman, fasten your seatbelts as this week is one of the most exciting times in the Baltimore dining scene. Baltimore Restaurant Week started last week and runs through this Saturday, Feb. 28.

Courtesy of Taylor Seidel
Courtesy of Taylor Seidel

Restaurant Week gives you a chance to sample tastings from menus at a prefixed price. Restaurants offer a two-course lunch menu for $15 and a three-course dinner menu for either $20 or $30 depending on the restaurant.

Don’t worry about the portions being smaller than usual; all of the Restaurant Week menu offerings are the same size and portion as the normal menu, just at a fraction of the price.

This season, they’re a ton of fantastic restaurants offering special menus. Some of my favorites include: Tio Pepe, Chiapperelli’s, Blue Hill Tavern, B&O American Brasserie, Fleet Street Kitchen and many more. Also featured are a few restaurants I have been dying to try like Bryan Voltaggio’s Family Meal, which just recently opened, or the restaurants of Horseshoe Casino or the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront’s newest restaurant, Apropoe’s.

So, whether you’re in the mood for a traditional steakhouse, fine Italian dining, classic American or anything in between, Baltimore Restaurant Week gives you the opportunity to satisfy that craving at not a lot of coin.

Hope you all enjoy and please go out and taste some of Baltimore’s best.

Until next time. I wish you GoodEats!

For more information on my restaurant travels please follow my Twitter/Instagram handle @GoodEatsMD.

Edited by Jared Kurlander.

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